Each Physiquality location is a member of PTPN, the nation’s premier network of physical, occupational and speech therapists in independent practice. To belong to PTPN, therapy offices must meet professional practice standards set by PTPN. This oversight means that Physiquality health and wellness services are supervised by credentialed therapists within each practice.

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Your pqIQ is how much you know about living a healthy, fit and active life – and how Physiquality can help you do just that. Explore these resources to build your health and wellness know-how.

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America’s obesity epidemic hasn’t budged, new research shows.
Chicago Tribune. October 13, 2017. Mike Stobbe.

For your brain’s sake, keep moving.
New York Times. October 4, 2017. Gretchen Reynolds.

Exercise can be a boon to people with Parkinson’s disease.
New York Times. January 23, 2017. Jane E. Brody.

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sports & fitness

Aqua cycling: A fun, soothing underwater workout.
Los Angeles Times. September 2, 2017. Lisa Boone.

The best running stride? The one that comes naturally.
New York Times. August 2, 2017. Gretchen Reynolds.

Vinyasa, Ashtanga or Bikram: The 101 on different types of yoga.
Chicago Tribune. September 29, 2017. Victoria Hoff.

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injury prevention & treatment

When sports injuries lead to arthritis in joints.
New York Times. August 14, 2017. Jane E. Brody.

How does physical therapy help after a cast comes off?
Physiquality. March 2, 2017.

A simple flashcard test to detect concussions.
New York Times. March 11, 2015. Gretchen Reynolds.

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children’s health

Losing fat, gaining brain power, on the playground.
New York Times. June 16, 2017. Gretchen Reynolds.

Feeding your minds: The importance of school lunches.
New York Times. June 5, 2017. Jane E. Brody.

Child’s play is good for all of us.
New York Times. May 3, 2017. Gretchen Reynolds.

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women’s health

Prenatal multivitamins linked to lower autism risk.
Chicago Tribune. October 13, 2017. Steven Reinberg.

How to run like a girl.
New York Times. Jen A. Miller.

Fibroids are the bane of many women — especially women of color.
Chicago Tribune. September 28, 2017. Darcel Rockett.

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aging well

New osteoporosis guidelines, treatment offer options.
Chicago Tribune. October 12, 2017. Bonnie Miller Rubin.

Tai Chi may help prevent falls.
New York Times. August 8, 2017. Nicholas Bakalar.

Getting older, sleeping less.
New York Times. January 16, 2017. Jane E. Brody.

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7 fibs you’re telling yourself about not exercising

with advice from AIM Rehab Services and DynamX Physical Therapy

7 fibs you're telling yourself about not exercising

Most of us know that exercising regularly is good for our health, and that too much sitting or inactivity is bad. But sometimes we tell ourselves little white lies about why we can’t exercise. Here are some of the most common untruths, as listed by the American Physical Therapy Association.

  1. I’ve been inactive for too long; I can’t start exercising now.

It is never too late to start exercising, and any activity or exercise is better than none. The experts at AIM Rehab Services, a Physiquality network member in Florida, suggest incorporating little ways to force yourself to move a little to help you get started. For example, use a smaller glass or cup for your water or coffee, which will force you to get up and walk to the kitchen to refill more frequently. Or park a little further from the front door of the store when you run errands, so you have a little more to walk before you get in.

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The material and information contained on this Web site is for information only and is not intended to serve as medical advice or consultation.

Consult your personal physician before beginning any exercise program or self-treatment.